Colombo: Zimbabwe skipper Heath Streak who suffered a dislocated left shoulder in a road accident will be out of cricket at least until December, officials said on Tuesday. Streak spent the night at a private hospital after his three-wheel taxi overturned following an accident involving a van in Colombo's fashionable Cinnamon gardens area on Monday. "Heath spent a night in hospital and has been told that his injury could take between eight to 12 weeks to recover. He sustained a dislocated left shoulder and concussion in the accident," the team said in a statement. "Heath's immediate target is to return to the side for the series against Kenya in December and to be completely fit for the World Cup next year." The statement said a decision would be taken shortly on a replacement for Streak to skipper the Zimbabwe side.
Streak failed to notify bodyguards before leaving